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Hernando High Agriscience Fair and Science Fair winners

Striking gold at Hernando High's Agriscience Fair

BROOKSVILLE — More than 100 students brought 80-plus projects to this year's Hernando High School Agriscience Fair. The gold-rated projects, winning their class, are eligible to participate in the State FFA Agriscience Fair held in Orlando in June. Here are the AgriScience Fair results:

Botany, Division I

Gold: Haley Jensen, Destin Smith, Andrew Nixon, Chandler Ross and Tana McDaniel; Silver: Heather Weeks, Elisha Pager, David Goodwin, Tristan Chatham and Alaina Avirett; Bronze: Summer Solovitch, Sasha Thoopthong, Ciara Collier, Korrissia Lasko, Chris Santiago and Emily Stead.

Botany, Division II

Gold: Stephanie Aubertin, Darren Niethammer, Trey Hostetter and Rachel Benfield; Silver: Mary Thomas, Holly Epley, Michael Morgan, Sheena Matter and Brooke Thomas; Bronze: Jeanette Foster, Joseph Ricottilli, Sam Schorb, Amber Chrisley-Cole and Destiny Hunter.

Botany, Division III

Silver: Megann Myers and Marissa Mancillas; Bronze: Chelsea Gatland, Natasha Gibbs, Lindsay Norris, Kathryne Voyles, Alissa Short and Nicole Arick.

Zoology, Division I

Gold: Kirsten Walker; Silver: Caitlin Bainum, Samantha Lowder and Heather Desin; Bronze: Zacary Ross, Lauren Lindhout and Megan Vanderford.

Zoology, Division II

Silver: Justin Gragg and Emily Carle.

Zoology, Division III

Bronze: Brooke Johnson, Caitlin Lorensen, Katrina Carroll, Katelyn Brown, Dalton Murphy, Ben Hughes, McKenzie Metcalf and Cheyenne Nobles.

Zoology, Division IV:

Gold: Kayla Cole, Willow Fletcher, Melissa Ritter and Krysta Penney; Silver: Olivia Gentile, Elizabeth Rossbach, Haley Griffin and Katie Vitko; Bronze: Mariah McGuire, Thomas Fernandez, Megan Fogarty and Christa Kendall.

Microbiology, Division I

Gold: Isabella Laughinghous; Silver: Ariel Leibensperger and Rebecca Morgan; Bronze: Cheyenne Duket.

Microbiology, Division II

Gold: Delaney Ahrens; Silver: Ashley Sims, Courtney Stoll and Nicole Bennett; Bronze: John Cooper and Meagan Jones.

Microbioloby, Division III

Bronze: Brianna Durso and Taylor Milligan.

Microbiology, Division IV

Bronze: Paige Mayer, Cardeja Baylor, Paisley Bell and Jonique Hudson.

Environment, Division I

Gold: Lily Botts.

Environment, Division II

Gold: Kathleen Ward, Tabatha Loose and Amanda Faunce; Silver: Brittany Hill and Trae Ratliff; Bronze: Casey Stewart and Anthony Lamb.

Environment, Division III

Gold: Allison Coelho and Shayanne Mumma; Silver: Tim Hughes and Dalton Lawson.

Engineering, Division I

Gold: Wesley Beyer.

Engineering, Division II

Silver: Amanda Miller; Bronze: Brianna Groves.

Engineering, Division III

Silver: Walter Vanderkooy and Matt Presnell; Bronze: Paige Ellerbee and Katelyn Brower.

Hernando High's Science Fair winners

Hernando High School's Science Fair was held in January.

The winners of the science fair were: first place, Anna Clark; second place, Kelsey Kolasa; third place, Delaney Ahrens.

Joining Clark, Kolasa and Ahrens at the district competition will be Shayanne Mumma, Courtney Moyer, Stephen Skipper, Cheyenne Sowder and Jessica Kimble.

Hernando High Agriscience Fair and Science Fair winners 02/16/11 [Last modified: Wednesday, February 16, 2011 7:47pm]
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